Question about 1998 Subaru Impreza
Just got for the boot. I'm willing to bet that the axle is factory (garage can look for green paint). IF it is... you've got to work REAAALLY hard to do damage. Mine was popping for months and there was only a tiny tiny bit of wear on the joint. If it's factory, KEEP THE AXLE. It'll run you about $15 per boot for good ones. Try to find neoprene ones, they'll last longer, and do NOT get split-boots.
And FYI.... Subarus, for whatever reason, CHEW them suckers up. So get used to it. But, for my Bu... it's a small price to pay for a great car!
Posted on Sep 27, 2008
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